Attention! TTJ Free Course Registration Closing Soon

Our TTJ Courses for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 training season are filling up fast. Please don’t wait. Registration for our first course, iOS At the Next Level, will close on Monday, September 2, 2019 at Noon Eastern. This course, which begins on Monday September 9, will show you many of the new features and changes in this years Apple software releases. Sign up now and learn why this year will usher in a new era for iOS.

Registration for the remaining three TTJ courses will close on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 11:59PM Eastern. These three courses offer tons of useful information, such as how to use Apple iCloud, how to cut the cord with AppleTV, how to use Voiceover from the ground up, how to replace your traditional computer with an iPad, and so much more. Thinking about registering? Don’t wait. As stated, registration for all Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 courses will close as of September 8. Thankfully, there’s still time till then, and slots still remain available.

All courses are available online, and if you miss course sessions, all the information is made available in the form of audio recordings and other resources. Each course offers both sighted and non-sighted participants a chance to learn from certified instructors and take your knowledge of Apple products, apps, and more to the next level. Whether you are a teacher, a student, an individual consumer, a business owner, or anyone else, these courses are for you. Not to mention, you’ll make new friends, inspire one another, and leave the courses with a wealth of up-to-date materials, such as audio demos, videos, digital books, useful web links, instructional documents, tutorials, and numerous other resources. Best of all, these courses are completely free, with no obligation. So why would you not register?

Hurry! Act fast to reserve a spot in any or all of our upcoming free courses. Call us at 814-287-9178, or, to view all course dates and register online, click This Link.

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